Practices related to Anger Management

This page shows all Seishindo Practices related to Anger Management by date with the latest practice at the top of the list. Click on any to read more.

  • Seishindo Anger Management – say both “Yes” and “No” (Video)
    July 23, 2013

    I have spent years studying and teaching Aikido, and along the way I have gleaned a lot of valuable information regarding managing anger. In this video, I share some of my learnings with you. I talk about how to slow down and be more present, the “real meaning” of what people are communicating when they ...

  • The Gift of Forgiveness
    November 17, 2005

    This is a simple yet profound Practice. If you have been following and experimenting with our other Practices along the way, you might notice that today’s Practice has a very similar structure to two other Practices. These three Practices (“Today …”, “Today, my anger is about …, and ) follow a particular structure for meaningful personal ...

  • Today, my anger is about …
    November 17, 2005

    This is a simple yet profound Practice that follows the Seishindo principles of Absorption, Utilization, and Balance.Absorb your anger as you breathe it in and feel it. Utilize the energy that your anger generates in you. The more consuming or seemingly overwhelming your anger, the more your system will be energized. Remain emotionally balanced and look at ...

  • Stand in “Hanmi”
    November 17, 2005

    This is a basic activity taken from Aikido and further elaborated on for our purposes in Seishindo. Performing this Practice from time to time will give you an active experience of developing a calm presence. When you are feeling fully present you will notice that your thinking mind and your feeling mind are both calm, ...